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Promoting and Enhancing the Vitality & Quality of Life in Pittsburgh's Northside.
“Living on the Northside allows me to experience the
culture, convenience and community all at once.”
Daniel Johnston, Resident | Mexican War Streets
  NORTHSIDE Leadership Conference

Community Development Position

Northside Leadership Conference 

A non-profit community-based organization representing the 14 neighborhoods of Pittsburgh's Northside is seeking creative and experienced candidates for:

Health Angels Coordinator

Minimum 2 yers. successful experience in public health, social work or equivalent is required.

Full position descriptions and requirements can be found HERE. Resumes and cover letters must be submitted by October 13, 2017 via email only to kelly@pittsburghnorthside.com. 

A Pittsburgh History: 1927 Gas Tank Explosion 

Learn more about the history of Pittsburgh by checking out this short Youtube clip on the 1927 Gas Tank Explosion. 

Allegheny Health Network 

Attached are the links to Allegheny General Hospital Master Plan and the Community Presentation


Deutschtown Music Festival Skyline Party 

The Skyline Party is totally FREE and brought to you by First National Bank on Saturday, Sept.30

It will feature 7 bands from Noon until 7pm and will be hosted by 
Hugh Twyman of HughShows Photography
The stage will be located in Allegheny Commons Park next to Sue Murray Pool (Across the street from the Allegheny Elks Lodge).

The goal with this show is to explore this site as a more permanent place for live music and performances. We hope to make this stage a prominent feature in the park. Staging will be provided by 
Flyspace Productions and sound by HEAR Corp
Featuring performances by Dinosoul, Old Game, Kaelber, God's Green Apples, Colonel Eagleburger's Highstepping Goodtime Band, Timbeleza, and London Johnson's Magnificent Street Entertainers. 

Deutschtown Music Festival is a program of 
Northside Leadership Conference

Deutschtown Music Fesival Summer Series

Presented by Deutschtown Music Festival and HughShows Photography comes a Saturday night primer. Every Saturday from July 22nd until Sept. 23rd from 6-7:30pm a different performer will be at Arnold's Tea. People are encouraged to come and BYOB while enjoying live music in Historic Deutschtown. 

This event is free thanks to the support of 
East Street Distributing Co. and Slovak Savings Bank.

Attendees will have the opportunity to win a gift certificate to a Northside restaurant from the raffle drawn that evening.

Deutschtown Music Festival is a program of
Northside Leadership Conference.

July 29-
Max Sommerville of Wreck Loose
August 5-
Avi Diamond
August 12-
Heather Kropf
August 19-
Morgan Erina
August 26-
Sept. 2-
Sept. 9-
Chet Vincent
TJ Connolly of Chrome Moses
Sept. 23-
Lee Robinson
and ISKA

Scholarship Awardees 
© Northside Chronicle | www.thenorthsidechronicle.com

Annual Dinner 2017 

This year's annual dinner was on June 15, 2017 at the Priory Hotel's Grand Hall. 15 high school students were awarded scholarships due to the generosity of our sponsors, community groups and northside businesses. 6 incredible northside residents were recognized with a life time achievement award. To learn more about the dinner check out the dinner page to find more information. 

Northside House Tours 

The house tour season is upon us here on the Northside with many of the Northside neighborhoods having house tours during the summer months! Please take a look at our list of upcoming house tours on the Northside here!

Northside Sandwich Week:

Northside Sandwich Week was from May 18-28th! The week kicked off with the Sandwich Sampler: Lord of the Onion Rings on Thursday, May 18th at the Priory Grand Hall with 12 resturaunts competitng for the title of Sandwich Week King or Queen! This year Chateau Cafe & Cakery won with their Mother Clucker sandwich and Young Brothers Bar was the Runner up with their triple decker sandwich! The 3rd Annual Le Tour de Sandwich continued the weeks festivities with a afternoon bike ride with delicious sandwich samples. For more Northside Sandwich Week related information go to our website and like us on Facebook.

Main Streets Now Conference 

The National Main Streets Now Conference came to Pittsburgh from May 1-3, 2017. Mark Fatla of NSLC, Joesette Fitzgibbons of URA, Cody Walters of NSLC, and Rick Sebak of WQED presented about the importance of using silliness to make money and promote community businesses. To see the presentation click "Get Silly Make Money."

23rd Ward Monument Clean-Up

The 23rd Ward Monument on the Corner of Sandusky St and Stockton Ave was cleaned and planted on Saturday April 1st. The Northside Veterans Monument Initiative would like to thank all of the Pitt Students, Alumni and their families who volunteered to help with the clean-up, as well as The Allegheny Elks Lodge #339, Councilwoman Darlene Harris and Joe Brown.

Jack 'Johnny Angel' Hunt (Left), Rick Sebak (Center), Randy Gilson (Right)
© Joey Riebling | www.joeystudios.com

Northside Mardi Gras Kings

Northside Mardi Gras ended with a Fat Tuesday Party at Alleghenhy Elks. Randy Gilson of Randyland was crowned the 2017 Mardi Gras King by last year's King Rick Sebak while the first Northside Mardi Gras King Jack Hunt hosted the event! Check out our Facebook page for more Mardi Gras pictures!

USS Pittsburgh arriving on the Island of Crete

USS Pittsburgh at the Carneigie Science Center

The USS Requin Base of the United States Submarine Veterans, Inc. sponsor the USS Pittsburgh SSN-720. They asked if they could be provided with Terrible Towels to wave when they entered port. The Base Commander Huey Dietrich arranged to have 100 towels donated to the ship by the towel manufacturer Little Earth Productions. The towels were shipped to Scotland to meet the boat when she arrived.

To get a deeper understanding of submarine life people may go aboard the USS Requin which is the Navy's first radar picket submarine. Visitors will learn about the USS Requin's long defense and scientific missions. This is an immersive experience at the Carnegie Science Center on the Northside of Pittsburgh. To Learn more click here.

Deutschtown Promotional Video

The video is now live! Watch, like and share with your NS neighbors. Click the picture to watch.


1319 Allegheny Avenue - 2nd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15233


Phone: 412-231-4714
Fax: 412-904-3828
The Northside Leadership Conference is a coalition of Northside community-based organizations, committed to addressing mutual concerns through a united approach in order to promote and enhance the vitality, quality of life and image of Pittsburgh’s Northside.



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Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff and Museum

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Filled with collectibles and memorabilia from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff is a music experience Museum. Johnny Angel has articfacts from recording artists he has worked with during his 50 plus years in the music industry. Johnny Angel's Ginchy Stuff and Museum was recently featured in the Herald Standard. Click to Learn more

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Northside Bike/Ped Update

The Northside Bike/Ped Committee now meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the Penn Brewery. We welcome Nick Ross as our new Committee Chair, and thank outgoing Chair Jerry Green for all of his hard work. Click here



Every Saturday, starting Oct. 1, from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m., hosted by ROX Music Academy, in partnership with the Northside Leadership Conference. 


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